Almost 40% of Irish people would become part-time globetrotters if they won €20,000 a month for 30 years!
33% of Irish people would choose Gordon Ramsay for celebrity cooking lessons!
Key findings of consumer research * ahead of the launch of new EuroDreams game which offers a top prize of €20,000 every month for 30 years:
- 39% would become part-time globetrotters while 17% would stay in 5-star hotels one weekend a month. Never cleaning the house themselves would be top of the list for 15% of Irish people while 4% would have an on-call hairdresser/beautician and another 4% would hire a personal shopper. 3% admitted they would take lessons with a Michelin starred chef while 19% of people opted for other options such as home renovations and donating to charity.
- For celebrity cooking lessons, 33% opted for Gordon Ramsay while 19% said Jamie Oliver would be their top choice, 13% for Nigella Lawson, 10% for Donal Skehan, 8% for Rachel Allen, 7% for Marco Pierre White and 10% would go for someone entirely different.
According to new research from the National Lottery, 39% of people would opt to become a part-time globetrotter if they won the top prize of €20,000 a month for 30 years in the new EuroDreams game while 15% admitted they would take the opportunity to never have to clean their house themselves ever again.
The findings were released ahead of tickets for the National Lottery’s newest game, EuroDreams, going on sale this Monday 30th October costing €2.50 per line. EuroDreams is an exciting new draw-based game that will offer an annuity top prize of €20,000 every month for 30 years.
When it comes to improving the nation’s cooking skills, the majority chose Gordon Ramsay for lessons (33%) while Jamie Oliver was the second-best choice (19%) and 13% of people chose Nigella Lawson.
The first EuroDreams draw will take place on Monday 6th November marking the first annuity type game of its’ kind in Ireland.
When Dublin Drag Diva, Davina Devine, was asked how she would spend the prize if she were to win big, she said:
"If I hit the jackpot, my first stop would be a world tour in style - no more economy class for me! I'd visit every country on my bucket list and turn my travel dreams into reality, like my own version of 'Eat, Pray, Love', exploring the world, one delicious meal and experience at a time."
Photo Caption: Dublin Drag Diva, Davina Devine, was pictured with the EuroDreams guy ahead of tickets going on sale for the National Lottery’s newest game on Monday 30th October. EuroDreams gives players the chance to win €20,000 every month for 30 years with tickets costing €2.50 per line.
EuroDreams is a joint venture with Ireland’s National Lottery and seven other European countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland). Draws will be held every Monday and Thursday. Players will pick six main numbers from 1-40 and one bonus number (called "Dream" number) from 1-5 to make up their combination.
Tickets for the EuroDreams game will be available at usual National Lottery retail agents nationwide, as well as at www.lottery.ie and the National Lottery App. Tickets for the EuroDreams game can be purchased before the 7.30pm cut-off each Monday and Thursday. Similar to the EuroMillions game, draws will take place in Paris, France at approximately 8pm (Irish Time) on draw nights.
Nearly 30 cent in every €1 spent on all National Lottery games goes back to Good Causes in the areas of sport, youth, health, welfare, education, arts, heritage, and the Irish Language. In total more than €6 Billion has been raised for Good Causes since the National Lottery was established 36 years ago. In 2022 alone, €259 million was raised for local Good Causes in communities across Ireland.
Play National Lottery games responsibly, play for fun.
* Research conducted by 3GEM RESEARCH & INSIGHTS IN 2023. Sample, 1000 nationally representative. Adults 18+.